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troutguy

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  1. Go on Facebook look for The Bread Whisperer page/group. Friend Joe Lovallo. Master read and pizza baker.
  2. I have three Jeeps. I may have a problem. I think that Bentley is awesome, but I would screw it up in the woods.
  3. Caddis Fish dry or wet Body - Romanian mohair and silk yarn stolen from wife. Wrap with porcupine guard hair to segment. Wings - Sharptail grouse body feather Hackle - Raccoon face hair in dubbing loop Hook - Mustad caddis Sorry for my delay
  4. Sorry, mine are on their way. Merry Christmas! I was waiting to complete something for Santa. When you open the box you will understand
  5. I am just completing this knife. Lacewood handle with Damascus blade. The knife is on a spalted Hackleberry charcuterie board I am completing for a craft show or my website. Etched with IMG SS651 I rebuilt.
  6. Two Brittany They are woodcock and quail hunters.
  7. Nice! Are you on Facebook ? Look at bread whisperer group. Pizza dough recipes
  8. Bowl is peach. Charcuterie board is teak from old sailboat and knife is Australian burl.
  9. I turn duck calls, pens, bowls and reel seats. I make knives and charcuterie boards. I donated a fly fishing pen to local TU for fundraiser. CFFC gave one of my fly fishing pens to the SEC FFI president. I love lathe work. Black smithing is cool.
  10. Ruger GP100 44 Special Three inch in a great caliber. Super carry for back pack fishing. Reloading is a must. I have two Charter Arms a 1974 Bulldog and a stainless Bulldog Pug. Light effective CCW
  11. Does no one shoot revolvers? The Ruger LC9 are double action ever shot and have the same or similar trigger travel to a S&W revolver. I like the old model better than the striker fire newer ones. Take a little test, dry fire the weapon with a dime balanced on the top of slide. Practice squeeeeeeeeeeeezing the trigger so the dime does not fall off. If you jerk the trigger or grab it like a Holstein teat, the dime and your shot will be off. Muscle memory is important, and practice.
  12. Your PO Monday? Parole or probation? Don’t forget my birthday gift.
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